The eBook provides authors with the ability to refer readers to online resources, but it’s a feature of the eBook that is quite under-utilized. When it comes to non-fiction books that have a particularly instructional purpose, it’s a potential feature that is just waiting to be exploited. Now unfortunately, you can’t print resources directly from [...]
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One reason why blogs have become popular is that people want a short read. Imaginative and fiction blogs are a great way to take a break out of a busy day and be entertained. So are short stories. Peter Rake’s second short story is now available on Amazon, easy to read on a desktop, laptop, [...]
My inbox has been quite busy lately with fresh ideas. Whilst eBooks have allowed many authors the chance to get their work out there, one author is thinking outside even that box. eBooks are digital files and as such they can include images that readers can actually print out. Katherine Gordy Levine, author of ‘When [...]
Just about when writer Peter Rake thought he’d better give up on the idea of getting his stories published, an email to MetaPlume changed his mind. Peter has had just one of many short stories published so far (and we’re working hard behind the scenes at MetaPlume to get more ready). His local paper, The [...]
It’s not uncommon for children to develop some anxiety over tests in Elementary or Middle school. If this anxiety is left to develop it can become quite crippling. This new eBook from Katherine Gordy Levine teaches parents skills to cope with and break free from anxiety, that they can then teach to their children. Buy [...]
Nothing is more satisfying for a publisher than seeing a writer who deserves to have their work read, be published. Today, Peter Rake can proudly say that he is a published author. Working in obscurity, it’s the classic tale of the writer honing their craft through workshopping and TAFE courses on writing; having conversations in [...]
My daughter found this on Tumblr and emailed it to me. It’s an image of a page from The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, describing The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, on an e-reader that resembles The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy.
Posted in MetaPlume eBooks on May 29th, 2012
Who should download ‘When Good Kids Do Bad Things. A Survival Guide for Parents‘ from Amazon this week while it’s free? Parents, counsellors, therapists, teachers, social workers, police, preachers, rabbis … essentially anyone who helps teenagers and their families cope with rough patches. But parents, whether your child is a teenager who is a good [...]
‘When Good Kids Do Bad Things‘ is primarily aimed at parents … or is it? There’s a dual audience for this title because when good kids do bad things they often come into contact with social workers, police, counsellors, teachers, ministers, etc. Anyone who helps families through difficult times will benefit from this book as [...]
Another Amazon Kindle customer written very highly of ‘When Good Kids Do Bad Things‘. Great book. Katherine is my new guru of parenting As I read this book I took my iPad over to my husband several times and we’d both laugh or groan and say “Oh that is so spot on”. This author really [...]